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The domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is a government-backed scheme to encourage the adoption of renewable energy technologies among homeowners. The UK government expects the RHI to contribute towards the 2020 ambition of 12% of heating to be generated by renewable sources. Successful applicants will receive RHI payments on a quarterly basis over 7 years.
The RHI scheme allows eligible UK households to earn up to £3,690 per year for heating their home using renewable technologies.
The technologies involved in the RHI are:
For more information visit the Ofgem website
|Technology||Savings per year||RHI Income per year|
|Air source heat pump||£290 - £1845||£700 - £1715|
|Ground source heat pump||£395 - £2000||£2325 - £3690|
|Solar water heating||£60 - £130||£190 - £460|
|Wood fuelled (Biomass) heating||£25 - £1435||£2135 - £3390|